A.M. Galleries opens doors in Ludington

There's a new twist for an old business in Ludington now that A.M. Galleries has opened its doors.

The business, which was previously Artists Market, recently revamped its business philosophy and opened the doors to its new gallery.

"We were an art supply, frame shop, and gallery all in one. When we were approached by photographer Ryan Spencer Reed with the business plan to open a high-end art gallery in Ludington we were very excited," says owner Andrew Thomas. "There came the evolution--we dropped the art supplies at that time. The birth of A.M. Galleries coincides with our respect of the business' lineage and the importance of keeping it alive while moving into the future."

The new gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at 115 West Ludington Ave.

The gallery, which has one full-time and two part-time employees, offers high-quality originals in a variety of media from artists all over the world.

"Our focus is bringing anywhere from cutting edge to classical artwork in all shapes and sizes," says Thomas. Currently, the gallery is exhibiting Reed's Detroit Forsaken exhibit and an original oil from French artist Peter Sorrell titled Standing For What.

In addition, A.M. Galleries also offers a custom picture framing studio.

Writer: Sam Eggleston
Source: Andrew Thomas, A.M. Galleries
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